Country Music Superstar Toby Keith to Headline Event Honoring America’s Military Vets

Toby Keith, one of country music’s biggest stars, is set to headline a musical event to be held at the Daytona International Speedway on Memorial Day Weekend.

According to The Daily Wire, Keith will be joined by fellow stars Justin Moore and Craig Morgan in the special “Heroes Honor Festival 2022” event that is being presented by Engage Your Destiny, a group that seeks to bring honor, hope, and healing to military veterans and their families.

“Our society largely rejected Vietnam veterans when they came home from the war 50 years ago,” Ben Peterson, Iraq Veteran and Founder of Engage Your Destiny, said in a statement to The Daily Wire. “Despite many veterans having been drafted without a choice, they were shamed upon their return to the United States.”

“Despite this, these veterans vowed that those who followed would never experience the same rejection they did,” he continued. “They chose to become the guardians of honor for future welcome home ceremonies.”

The event this year “aims to be the largest celebration of Vietnam veterans ever assembled to honor these veterans and their families with the truth of their heroism, humanitarianism, courage, and sacrifice,” Peterson noted. “It is a grand display of appreciation from 9/11-era veterans and citizens to our Vietnam veterans.”

The Daily Wire adds:

In addition to Keith, Moore, and Morgan’s performances, additional special guests are set to include additional musical artists and entertainers, such as Ann-Margret and Chris Noel.

A cast of decorated speakers will also address the attendees. Major Gen. Patrick Brady, a Vietnam War helicopter pilot and Medal of Honor and Distinguished Service Cross recipient, and Lt. Gen. William G. Boykin, one of the original members of the U.S. Army’s Delta Force, will appear to honor America’s veterans and their families.

In addition, Lt. Col. Oliver North, a combat decorated U.S. Marine and best-selling author, is slated to appear.

Mark “Oz” Geist, the bestselling co-author of “13 Hours” and security and military consultant credited with saving 25 people in the attack on Benghazi, is also scheduled for the event.

Tickets for the event can be obtained here. Vietnam veterans and their spouses can register for free tickets. Active military and other veterans, their spouses, and any children 12 and under can also register for free tickets, according to the event’s details.


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